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Then m, n ∈ Z has the property that m | n iﬀ (m) ⊇ (n), “agreeing” with our definition. In general, the relationship between ideal quotient and divisor property is only uni-directional: for ideals I, J ⊆ D, we have that I ⊇ IJ and so I divides IJ. The GCD of a set S of ideals is by definition the smallest ideal that divides each I ∈ S, and we easily verify that GCD(S) = I. I∈S For I = (a1 , . . , am ) and J = (b1 , . . , bn ), we have GCD(I, J) = I + J = (a1 , . . , am , b1 , . . , bn ). (1) So the GCD problem for ideals is trivial unless we require some other conditions on the ideal generators.